Job Locations UK-London
Job ID
Support Services
Permanent Full-Time


The Junior HR Business Partner role is a true generalist role supporting the UK business across the full HR remit. The role will need to build relationships with all levels of employees to enable them to become a trusted advisor when supporting on employee relations issues. The role is an operational role as we are a small team but will have the opportunity to be involved in a variety of projects which span the global business.


  • Junior HR Business Partner supporting the Head of HR in the maintenance and delivery of the People Strategy, with a specific focus on providing general HR advice to the business   
  • Work in conjunction with the business to deliver divisional business plans
  • Ability to provide creative and flexible solutions to business challenges
  • Raise the profile and value add of the HR function across the business. This may involve travel to various UK offices
  • Support the HoHR in the delivery of the people strategy within the UK business
  • Creation and annual review of HR policies and procedures
  • Advise client groups on all HR matters inclusive of employee relations, including TUPE, employee development, performance management, probation and absence management
  • Research and analyse employment-related data and provide recommendations to enhance people processes and workforce engagement
  • Drive employee engagement through the business focused passion for continuous improvement and innovation
  • Deliver learning through identified and appropriate methodology and in line with the Learning & Development strategy
  • Manage the corporate induction process for the UK business
  • Work with the Graduate and Resourcing Manager to support the recruitment needs within the business, inclusive of graduates and apprenticeships


  • Ideally CIPD Qualified
  • Educated to degree level or equivalent professional qualification
  • Demonstrable track record within a professional HR environment delivering generalist ER advice
  • Having managed TUPE and business restructure programmes
  • Track record of keeping up to date with UK employment law and implementing any changes of legislation to HR policies and procedures
  • Ability to build excellent relationships within own team and across the business community
  • Experience in setting up HR policies and procedures
  • PC literate, including Word, Excel, Powerpoint and HR databases


  • Working within Professional Services, preferably within property or construction industry
  • Pool of networks within the HR industry


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